Margeriten aus Diamanten für die Blumenliebhaberin Kaiserin Eugenie von Frankreich Imperial Marguerites of Diamond for the Empress of France Diamant Margeriten der französischen Kaiserin Eugenie | The parure of Eugenie Empress of France
Imperial Marguerites of Diamond for the Empress of France
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Imperial Marguerites of Diamond for the Empress of France
Imperial Marguerites of Diamond for the Empress of France Diamant Margeriten der französischen Kaiserin Eugenie | The parure of Eugenie Empress of France Margeriten aus Diamanten für die Blumenliebhaberin Kaiserin Eugenie von Frankreich
Imperial Marguerites of Diamond for the Empress of France Margeriten aus Diamanten für die Blumenliebhaberin Kaiserin Eugenie von Frankreich

Kaiserliche Margeriten

Kaiserin Eugenie liebte Blumen und Juwelen, ihr Gatte Napoleon III. überreichte ihr eine ganz reizende Kombination ihrer Leidenschaften, eine Garnitur aus 15 Diamant-Margeriten, einem sehr aufwendigem Collier ganz im Stil der Zeit und den passenden Ohrringen in Gold und Silber. Die Kaiserin berühmt für ihre Schönheit und Geschmack, ergänzte damit eine kolossale Schmucksammlung. Einige Portraits von ihr z. B.die von Wintherhalter, dokumentieren den Lifestyle und Eleganz ihres Hofes.

Imperial Marguerites Empress Eugenie.

Empress Eugenie was the great beauty and fashionable wife of Napoleon III, the Empress’s love of flowers and jewels is well documented. So her husband presented her a wonderful combination of both:15 diamond-marguerites as a parure, with earrings and necklace of the french jeweller Dumoret. Above you will see a picture of her painted of the famous Winterhalter.

Aimee de Heeren wearing the this amazing necklace on a event at Versailles...after the auction A good view to see the propotion and size of the necklace
Aimee de Heeren die das Kollier nach der Versteigerung an einem Anlass in Versailles trägt Auf dem Bild lässt sich die Grösse des Colliers sehr gut erkennen

Napoleon III (1808-1873) and Empress Eugenie (1826-1920) First as president and then as emperor of France, Napoleon took full advantage of his prestige as nephew of Napoleon I. Napoleon III gave France two decades of prosperity under an authoritarian regime. Eugenie visited Paris the year before Louis Napoleon became emperor and was married to him in 1853, the year after he gained the throne. The city of Paris gave her a wedding gift of six hundred thousand francs, but at her request it was used to found a female college. With her husband she visited Queen Victoria and from that time on the Queen and Empress were close friends(and Queen Victoria-Eugenia of Spain, born a Princess of Battenberg, Victoria-Eugenia was the only daughter of Prince Henry of Battenberg and of Princess Beatrice of Great Britain, is named after this both ladies). Eugenie, last Empress of France and daughter of a Spanish nobleman, influenced her husband in foreign policy and served as regent during his absences.


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